Once voted the “most beautiful place in America,” Sleeping Bear stretches along 65 miles of shoreline. Steve Keighly’s photograph reveals a part of the panoramic vistas you will find on the park, with dunes 400 toes above Lake Michigan. There are quite a few mountain climbing paths within the park, but kids and the young at coronary heart might be content running up the dunes and rolling again down many times.
Most seashores are higher enjoyed with family and friends, however Jason McIver’s shot of Tiscornia Beach in St. Joseph caught Pure Michigan’s eye as the very best spot to spend time with loved ones. On Lake Michigan and an affordable drive from Chicago, St. Joseph consistently has some of the most gorgeous views, in addition to loads to do.
Far, far north, Matthew Winn captured a sun-drenched picture of people fishing within the shallow waters of Copper Harbor. Lake Superior’s water isn’t the warmest, however it might’t be beat for awe-inspiring nature. Picture by Rachel Welch, courtesy of Pure Michigan.
Photograph by Deb Neerken, courtesy of Pure Michigan. This is a problem we like to have: too many beautiful seashores to choose from. Photo by Jason McIver, courtesy of Pure Michigan. Photograph by Shawn Kellogg, courtesy of Pure Michigan. Photograph by Carrie Shea, courtesy of Pure Michigan.